Posts Tagged ‘art’
I love Lady Gaga more and more. The styling, the fashion, the sets, the choreography, the dancing, the dancers, the music, the directing, the editing… STUNNING!
Watch Alejandro now here!
Interesting idea from a long time ago, where a book telescopes to provide depth of field. via the Canadian Centre for Architecture
Rie Hosokai is an amazing balloon / fashion designer from Kanagawa, Japan, who does the most amazing sculptures in beautiful volumes and colours.
Another great genius ending his life. Is the world getting too depressing?
BMW just unveiled their latest collaboration with pop artist Jeff Koons. What a beautiful riot of colours! And boy does that car look fierce… via autoblog
The artist behind my favourite game of all time, Cranium, has amazing depth in his illustrations, and as far as I can see, a cult following. His work is often subversive, but never outright gross. If I had a list of my favourite artists, Baseman will be right on top! Below’s some of his work from his Hide & Seek collection.
Nothing says I love you like a stunningly beautify vase in the shape of an actual beating heart. Happy Mothers Day! by Eva Milinkovic
Lissy Laricchia wants to put the story book characters back into their books. Made me smile.
Wonderful work by Sam Durant. I especially love the fact that they were are ‘Made in China’! Wahahaha! The red one is my favorite!
“Nine Unique Porcelain Chairs made in China
Unique Mono-Block Resin Chair. Built at Jiao Zhi Studio, Xiamen, China. Produced by Ye Xing You and Du Wei Dong with Craftspeople Xu Liang Jian, Xu Zhi Hong, Xu Fu Fa and Chen Zhong Liang. Kang Youteng, Project manager and Liaison.”
An interesting landscape, built solely out of staples, by artist Peter Root.
This is a super duper idea, where designer Carnovsky printed three different images in Red, Green and Blue on wallpapers and covered a space with it. Together, they form a mish mash of patterns and images, but switch on only one set of lights and you get to enjoy the set of images one by one.
MArk Ryden is getting ready his latest and long awaited show “The Gaye 90s Old Tyme Art Show”. via Super Touch
Happy Friday! I feel just like they do!
Internacional by Paco Pomet.
Tokujin Yoshioka has just completed a stunning project for the Swarovski Crystal Palace which is simply a big round crystal ball. The brilliance is in the beautiful refracted light it produces, filling the room with sparkles. Beside is showcase of the chandelier growing in a glass vat. Conceptual and pretty works always gets to me.
Although most of her work is from a long time ago, it is still as fresh and as amazing today as it was when it was first revealed. See more at her site.
We seldom get a behind the scenes look at the videogames industry, so Made of Myth gave us a good look at how its done.
Sebastian E. has a collection of really interesting projects that are half art, half product and a whole lot of amazingness.
Sweet. Please come to Singapore!
“Urban spaces that host sparse enclaves or nondescript architecture are more likely to spark feelings of banality rather than inspiration. So when we spotted the work of Berlin based street artist EVOL , we were brought to our knees (literally!) by the awesome sight of a transformation of electric boxes, small planters and other geometric city forms into teeny tiny soviet-style concrete block towers — a clever reminder of the social failures of Modernism and its ugly legacy in cold concrete tower-block architecture.”
Beautiful spraycan artwork by Matt W. Moore thats almost digital and surreal.